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Barry Manilow - Live

Barry Manilow - Live

Performer: Barry Manilow
Title: Live
Style: Ballad, Disco
Released: 1977
Cat#: AL 8500
Country: US
Label: Arista
Size MP3 version: 1264 mb
Size FLAC version: 2831 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 892
Genre: Electronic / Pop

Barry Manilow - Live


1A Very Strange Medley (V.S.M.)
Percussion – Marshall Rosenberg
Written-By – Barry Manilow
3I Write The Songs
Written-By – Bruce Johnston
4Dr. Pepper
Written-By – Jake Holmes, Randy Newman
5Kentucky Fried Chicken
Written-By – Al Gorgoni, Rob Nolan
6State Farm Insurance
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Jerry Gavin
7Looks Like We Made It
Written-By – Richard Kerr, Will Jennings
8It's A Miracle
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
9New York City Rhythm
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
10Jump Shout Boogie
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Bruce Sussman
11Lay Me Down
Written-By – Larry Weiss
12Jumpin' At The Woodside
Written-By – Count Basie, Jon Hendricks
13Jump Shout Boogie Medley(8:16)
14Beautiful Music (Part 2)
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
Written-By – Ellen Starr, Jor McNeil
Written-By – Jimmy Harris, Jon Hendricks, Leroy Kirkland
Written-By – Adrienne Anderson, Barry Manilow
18 Act I
19Beautiful Music (Part 1)
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
20Weekend In New England
Written-By – Randy Edelman
21Why Don't We Live Together
Written-By – Galdston / Thom
22Beautiful Music (Part 3)
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
23 Act II
24Studio Musician
Written-By – Rupert Holmes
25This One's For You
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
Written-By – Barry Manilow
27It's Just Another New Years Eve
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Marty Panzer
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Lois Wise
29Mc Donalds
Written-By – Kevin Gavin, Sid Woloshin
30Bandstand Boogie
Written-By – Barry Manilow, Bob Horn , Bruce Sussman, C. Albertine, Larry Elgart, Les Elgart
31Riders To The Stars
Written-By – Adrienne Anderson, Barry Manilow
32Avenue C
Written-By – B. Clayton, Dave Lambert , Jon Hendricks
33Could It Be Magic / Mandy
Written-By [Could It Be Magic] – Adrienne Anderson, Barry Manilow, F. ChopinWritten-By [Mandy] – Richard Kerr, Scott English


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DARTY 3Barry Manilow Live ‎(2xLP, Album)AristaDARTY 3UK1977
85070508Barry Manilow En Vivo ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)Arista85070508Argentina1980
A2CD 8049Barry Manilow Live ‎(CD, Album, RE)AristaA2CD 8049USUnknown
AL 8500, 8500Barry Manilow Live ‎(2xLP, Album, Com)Arista, AristaAL 8500, 8500US1977
AL 8500Barry Manilow Live ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat)AristaAL 8500US1977


  • Arranged By [Additional Orchestration]Arif Mardin, Barry Manilow, Charlie Calello, Dick Berkhe, Joe Renzetti, Norman Harris
  • Arranged By [Orchestration]Gerald Alters
  • Art DirectionBob Heimall
  • Artwork [Cover]Arky & Barrett
  • Backing Vocals [Lady Flash]Debra Byrd, Monica Burruss, Reparata
  • BassSteven Donaghey
  • Conductor [Orchestra]Lee Gurst
  • CongasHarold "Ricardo" Alexander
  • DesignHoward Fritzon, Ron Kellum
  • DrumsLee Gurst
  • Engineer [Live Recording]John Venable
  • Engineer [Recording]Michael Delugg
  • GuitarKeith Loving
  • Guitar [Additional]Sid McGinnis
  • KeyboardsAlan Axelrod
  • Liner NotesBarry Manilow
  • Other [Lighting Designer] – Michael-Newton Brown
  • Photography By [Back Cover]Bob Banks , Mark David Imburgia, William Redd
  • Photography By [Front/back Cover]Lara Donin
  • Photography By [Inside/back & Supervision]Lee Gurst
  • PianoBarry Manilow
  • ProducerBarry Manilow, Ron Dante


Recorded at The Uris Theatre, New York City, except V.S.M. recorded at Ravinia Festival, Chicago.
Mixed at Media Sound Studios, New York City.

℗&© 1977 Arista Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.

Track B1 is listed as "Very Strange Medley" on the Jacket/sleeve but as "Very Special Medley" on the record.

Track length for D5 and D6 is 6:52 together.

Category Spine: AL-8500
Category Label: AL 8500


  • Matrix / Runout: AL 8500 SA
  • Matrix / Runout: AL 8500 SB
  • Matrix / Runout: AL 8500 SC
  • Matrix / Runout: AL 8500 SD



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